Bloopers from the starship voyager.
The old and new names of the subs are: 301-Nautilus/Nautilus, 302-Neptune/Triton, 303-Sea Star/Seawolf, 304-Explorer/Skate, 305-Seeker/Skipjack, 306-Argonaut/George Washington, 307-Triton/Patrick Henry, 308-Sea Wolf/Ethan Allen
Each sub originally cost $80,000 (in 2003 dollars that would be over $486,000), and were built at Todd Shipyards in San Pedro.
Walt refered to his Subs as the Eighth Largest Submarine Fleet in the World.
All are diesel/electric except for 304 which runs Compressed Natural Gas as a conservation and environmental test.
Subs are 52 feet long. Displacement of 94,000 pounds. Capacity 38
9 million gallons of water are in the Lagoon (6.5 million) and Caverns (2.5 million) areas.
In 2004 a test bed was setup in the lagoon to test the possiblity of a Finding Nemo overlay
Clip and info of Disneyland's Submarine Voyage--courtesy of www.DLDHistory****
BandRadio shot this video of the Voyage Air guitar that allows you to fold it in half for easy travel on planes and more. Shot at Summer NAMM 2007
did a couple of alternate intros for Voyager/ used diff. music. I never really liked the music for Voyager's intro. :) I used music from ST: First ...
Rhythm Clock's Voyager is another version of the Timecracker, the Top Selling Rhythm Small World Clock for years.
See it at www.CourtneysCandles****
Voyage, voyage with amateur singer
Rhythm Clock the Voyager.
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I will read the back of the box of the 7th Voyage of Sinbad DVD.
Amazon Voyage: Vicious Fishes & Other Riches is a 5,000 square foot interactive, bilingual exhibition developed by the Miami Museum of Science & Planetarium. Created for everyone, especially families with children, the exhibit takes visitors to seven ports of call along the most biologically diverse river in the world, the Amazon. Here they encounter amazing creatures including notorious piranhas, enormous anacondas, beautiful stingrays, and mysterious pink dolphins. Through hands-on activities, original multimedia presentations, computer interactives, story telling, live fish in uniquely designed tanks, original artifacts, dance, music, and live demonstrations, museum visitors investigate the region's incredible biodiversity, encounter field researchers making incredible new discoveries, and participate in a celebration of the Amazon River.